The evolution of CP steam. Built 52 years apart, 4-4-0 CP 144 (built by CP in 1886) and 4-6-4 CP 2850 (built by MLW in 1938) illustrate the evolution of CP steam as they rest side by side i... (more)
70-tonner CN 30 out in the sun and snow at Exporail.
Control cab in the background. CP 414501 is a 250-ton self-propelled wreck crane built by Industrial Brownhoist that is preserved at Exporail. Lurking in the background is control cab CP 11... (more)
A broadside view of the nose of CN 6765, preserved at Exporail.
Canadian Pacific F94 is shunting cars at Lafarge in St-Constant.
4-6-0 CP 492 is decorated for Halloween at Exporail
Moved into the Angus Pavillion just a few weeks ago was motorcar CN 15824, a 1926 veteran built by Ottawa Car Mfg Co.
An overhead view of 4-4-0 CP 144
After being used in the 'steel challenge' at Exporail (where teams of twenty people competed to see who could pull it the furthest), MLW RS-18 CN 3684 is parked, with M-420W SLQ 3569 nearby.
A broadside view of 4-6-4 CN 5702 before it was moved into the Angus Pavilion at Exporail.
Two successful and long-lived roadswitcher models in Canada are seen preserved at Exporail: MLW RS-18 CN 3684 and EMD GP9 AMT 1311 (ex-CN).
Preserved LRC-3 VIA 6921 at Exporail.
All together. All of Exporail's preserved AMT equipment is together by Hays Station: GP9 AMT 1311, generator car AMT 603 and coaches AMT 1101 & AMT 827.
GP9's on either side. After being used in the 'steel challenge' at Exporail (where teams of twenty people competed to see who could pull it the furthest), MLW RS-18 CN 3684 is parked, with ... (more)
Pulling an MLW for a good cause. To raise money for the Special Olympics, CN helped organize the 'steel challenge' at Exporail today, where teams of twenty people competed to see who could ... (more)